School districts that participate in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and School Breakfast Program (SBP)must meet meal pricing requirements for both students and adults per USDA regulations. These requirements ensure that nutrition program revenue or income (1) is applied equitably to free, reduced-price, and paid (full-price) students' meals and (2) is not used to subsidize adult meals, in order to meet the USDA requirements MISD will need to increase their lunch pricing this year by $0.05 per meal.
Changes to student and adult meal pricing for 2017/2018 school year:
Student secondary lunch $2.80 - increase of $0.05
Student secondary breakfast $1.10 - No change
Student reduced lunch $0.40 - No change
Student reduced breakfast $0.30 - No change
Adult lunch $3.50 - No change
Adult breakfast $1.75 - No change
Milk $0.75 - No change
2015 - 2016 TEA Accountability Ratings for Dowell Middle School
Drop-off and Pick-up Procedures
Box Tops for Education
Google Apps for Education
McKinney ISD is partnering with Google to become a Google district. Our teachers will start using Google apps and collaboration tools to enhance our student learning experience. Additional Information.
Student Login Instructions
Our goal at Dowell Middle School is to maximize learning time. One of the ways we do this is by establishing a standard of students' arrival in the classroom. When a student arrives late to class, we call this "tardy”.
This year we are using a new communication tool, which will email a parent each time the student is tardy to a class. The tardy count resets each quarter.
· First Unexcused Tardy is a warning
· Second Unexcused Tardy is a 30 minute after-school detention
· Third Unexcused Tardy is a hour after-school detention
· Fourth Unexcused Tardy is a two hour after-school detention
· Five or more Unexcused Tardies per quarter, are a three hour after-school detention each occurrence
* All detentions are served on Thursday afternoons
as of 02/09/2017
Student & Parent Resources
- Fine Arts
- Learning Commons